SUMMIT, NJ - Nineteen vendors -- many longtime favorites from the Summit Farmers Market -- will be on site showcasing their products when the first-ever edition of the Summit Winter Farmers Market begins on January 7.
The Winter Farmers Market will be held every Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Calvary Episcopal Church, located at 31 Woodland Avenue.
Winter Farmers Market vendors will include: Brownie Points Bakery, Ester’s Treats, Gourmet Nuts and Dried Fruits, Hoboken Farms, Jams by Kim, Lakeside Maple Granola, Maria’s Stuffed Breads, Nicola’s Pasta Fresca, Paolo’s Kitchen, Pickle Licious, Race Farm, Secret Garden Soap, Stefan’s Specialty Foods, Tassot Apiaries, The Farmer and the Chickpea, and The Foraged Feast.
New to the market are Gluten-Free Creations, Hummus Boss, and Poplar Wood Farm. Gluten-Free Creations bakes a variety of gluten-free breads and rolls; Hummus Boss makes many different kinds of hummus and Middle Eastern dishes like baba ganouj; and Poplar Wood Farm is an organic farm based out of Port Murray in Warren County.
Secret Garden Soap, Jams by Kim, Lakeside Maple Granola, and Ester’s Treats will each be at the market every other week. Secret Garden Soap and Lakeside Maple Granola be at the market on January 7, while Jams by Kim and Ester’s Treats -- for example -- will be at the market on January 14. The majority of the vendors will be indoors in the Parish Hall with Race Farm, Pickle Licious, and Poplar Wood Farm outdoors in the courtyard. The courtyard is accessible from Woodland Avenue or through Parish Hall.
Parking is available and free all day in the Calvary Church lot -- enter from DeForest Avenue -- and the K Lot, which is accessible from from Maple Street, behind CVS Pharmacy. The first hour of parking is free in all three City of Summit Park & Shop Lots.